It seems just a minute ago I posted on Sunday.
On Monday, I ran down and got Chris again, and he worked steadily for us on
Monday and Tuesday. This morning, we went back down to Garnett.
The weather has been great, and we took advantage of it. It was very
windy, though, so we didn't get as much gardening done as we expected.
Next week, things will be quieter here after 3 weeks of constant running.
Friday and Saturday is the Great Midwest Balloon Fest at the Ag Hall.
I'm helping Friday and Saturday, again. Then, only two more weeks before
we close for the winter.
I dropped brownies off at church on Tuesday morning... and drove by the Big Ditch afterwards.
I saw nary a turkey, hawk, or deer.
I am watching for the little migrating birds to come.
The grasses are gorgeous now.
Here's our friend the black/red squirrel again.
I posted this on Facebook, he is just so darn pretty.
He was almost posing for me.
The little pond disappears more every day. Thursday night and Friday are supposed to be bringing us some much-needed rain.
I'm ashamed to tell you I don't know what this is, but they are all over Kelly Grove Park.
We walked at the bottom of the park on Tuesday. This park is very interesting... I talked to Lansing Parks and Recs, and got a very enthusiastic man on the phone who confirmed what I had suspected, there is no path down from the bluff to the lower part of the park.
Chris is standing on a bench, looking down onto the creek... can you see the bluff in front of him?
That's the bluff on whose top I've been walking!
You can see through the trees and see the limestone bluff.
It's a beautiful place.
We walked at Angel Falls trail last night, and I asked Chris to stop and let me take his picture with the dogs. We are so thankful for his help these last two months.
I'm going to try to get good pictures of the Balloon Fest... if my camera will cooperate!